Feb. 25, 2017
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The West of Us

A new book explores the people and ideas shaping our region and future

Features The American West is more than a geographical location. It’s an idea that encompasses certain traits, such as freedom, adventurousness and courage. Corinne Platt and Meredith Ogilby spent four years trave...

Wednesday, January 27, 2010 Charlotte Jusinski

Writing His World

Literary pioneer N Scott Momaday discusses culture, history and the writing life

Interviews Native American literature would not be what it is today without the works of N Scott Momaday. The Kiowa author’s first novel, House Made of Dawn, won the Pulitzer Prize for fiction in 1969. It is an unfl...

Wednesday, January 20, 2010 Charlotte Jusinski

SFR Talk: From the Outside

With Issa Nyaphaga and Jenny Sanborn

Interviews Artist Issa Nyaphaga is a native of Cameroon, a central African country where electricity, sufficient food and health care are scarce and polio runs rampant.  After an artist residency at the Santa Fe Art ...

Wednesday, January 6, 2010 Charlotte Jusinski

Get Your Film On

The Santa Fe Film Festival celebrates 10 years with a spectacular lineup

Movie Reviews The Santa Fe Film Festival boasts steeply heightened standards this year; as a result, the number of films dropped from last year’s 250 to fewer than 150 this year. The powers that be at the SFFF have hop...

Wednesday, December 2, 2009 Charlotte Jusinski

SFR Talk: House Hunter

With Margaret Moore Booker

Interviews Author Margaret Moore Booker spent 10 years visiting Santa Fe from the East Coast before she realized that life is too short to put off living in a place you love. She moved from Nantucket to Santa Fe five year...

Wednesday, November 18, 2009 Charlotte Jusinski

Go Toward the Light

New Mexico stargazing offers spectacular sights this winter

Winter Guide The day before riding the Star Train, I sat down to lunch with Peter Lipscomb and Robert Hoyle, two self-proclaimed “astrononerds” who spend their days talking about the skies and their nights gazin...

Wednesday, November 11, 2009 Charlotte Jusinski

Pulling Strings

At the New Mexico Museum of Art puppet shows aren’t just for kids

Winter Guide There’s evidence Americans are under the erroneous impression that puppet shows are only for kids. But if the minds behind the Holiday Open House at the New Mexico Museum of Art have their way, adults wil...

Wednesday, November 11, 2009 Charlotte Jusinski

The Christmas City

We wish Disneyland were more like Madrid, NM

Winter Guide Madrid, NM, and its Christmas light displays were known all over the world during the first few decades of the 20th century. Even Walt Disney is fabled to have been enamored of Madrid, thrilled by its devotion ...

Wednesday, November 11, 2009 Charlotte Jusinski

The Invisible Ones

In Face of the Homeless, photographer Cathy Maier Callanan captures the unseen stories of Santa Feans looking for shelter

Features Cathy Maier Callanan, a professional photographer who cofounded the Santa Fe Photographic Workshops, makes her living shooting portraits and wedding albums. But on the side, she uses her craft and passion to he...

Tuesday, October 20, 2009 Charlotte Jusinski

SFR Talk: Ahead of the Pack

With Lisa Jennings

Interviews Animal Protection of New Mexico began as Sangre de Cristo Animal Protection in 1979 and has been run by Executive Director Lisa Jennings since 1993. APNM is responsible for everything from 2007’s cockfigh...

Wednesday, October 14, 2009 Charlotte Jusinski
 
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